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Born Builders
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Richmond Terrace
stood, acts as a dinner table in the compact apartment. The Tasmanian oak installation cost about $3,000.
The peninsula, where a wall once stood, acts as a dinner table in the compact apartment. The Tasmanian oak installation cost about $3200.
“Buen look” — Jose Armando Perez Torres
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
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Keret House
extending the construction time to about three years. Due to the building's size, location and function, the city decided to zone it as an art installation. Szczęsny finished the project in October 2012.Visitors can access the building from an alley set away from the main street. Steel stairs drop down
“Rooftop garden stairs” — relebohiler
Jordan Cappella
can be assembled in larger components as well — they can come together as much or as little as you choose. The foundation is built on site, and installation and finishing can take anywhere from a few days to a couple weeks, depending on how much was planned to be done on site. Above: This shot is from
prefab home, which means that it was built almost entirely in the factory by a manufacturer, then carried on a semi-truck to the lot where it was installed on its foundation.
“Colour of metal” — conjola
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Urban Tower
cladding was replaced, and Dyck and Humphries selected some of the slabs for use in their home. Coincidentally, the head mason on their project helped install the marble in First Canadian Place back in the 1970s, when it was constructed.
“bar stools” — Jeljer Visser
Little Crown Interiors
Lavender and Gray Girl's Nursery
4. Tented elegance. Install fabric onto the ceiling of your nursery for a tented effect to delight the eye. Nothing says elegant more than layers upon layers of fabric.
“Colors” — covergirl2k5
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
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“Color” — catter
Traditional Kitchen
Install a sliding ladder and you'll have built-in height that doesn't take up a ton of space and needn't be lugged out then stowed again after each use. Oh
“ladder” — Eric Dumont
Schoolhouse Electric
1 Review
Schoolhouse Electric Office
minimalist style.Browse subway tile in the Products sectionMore:How Grout Can Add to Your DesignClassic Subway Tiles Go UptownContractor Tips: How to Install File Flawlessly
“Grout too thick too dark” — sherpasuzy
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